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Tom Moritz: BOTM for January, 2010

Tom Moritz has been a librarian and advocate for knowledge equity since 1975. He has broad experience from the local to the international level in public and private sector libraries of all types. He has performed extensive contract work for US EPA, NOAA, The National Academies and the University of Washington, has won grants from the Mellon Foundation, the US National Science Foundation and The Sloan Foundation (in conjunction with the Internet Archive). He has been successful in winning substantial support from private donors. In 2005, he served as Visiting Associate Professor at the Pratt Institute Graduate School of Library and Information Science. He is a regular participant in professional peer review activities including advisory boards and grant reviewing and is editor and author of many publications and presentations.

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